(£100 Amazon Gift Card) To Points (Safe?) Please Answer ASAP
Total posts: 247
Date of Birth: 1994-03-08
Total Earnings: $792.97
reply date: 2012-08-13 04:36:57
I have a (£100) Amazon Gift card.
That will be (16500) points for exchange for it.
I have (14410) points right now.
That is the total of (30910) Points altogether
When I trade in my (£100 Amazon Card) and the (16500) points will be added to my account. How will i know you wont just banned my account so you could make a £100 Profit?
I will not be able to spend my points and that will be my £100 Instantly gone. There are no (Safe Guards) No (Insurances) (No Laws for it to protect my money or to get it back) Its 100% Risk in my view.
You must be asking yourself. Wow this guy is paranoid and he is a PLATINUM Member and soon to reach ELITE, He should know better to trust Points2Shop,
Look at it in my view for a second. I would have 30910 Points i could spend on Amazon.
$1 = 100 Points.
That is $309 to spend on amazon. But if my account gets banned for some reason. Thats me lost all my money instantly. Now tell me that don't put a knott in your belly if you were in my chair.
I am not planning on braking any rules if your thinking that, Anyhow, Thanks for your time. Please Post a response ^,^
Total posts: 5548
Total Earnings: $2412.47
reply date: 2012-08-13 09:20:12
First thing you won't get 16,500 points since that uses the ratio for orders which goes from USD > EUR > GBP. You would likely get around 15,800 points based on currently exchange rates.
I don't see any reason that you would get banned for anything, plus all account issues are easily resolved by discussing the issue with an admin (politely) and finding a solution, this is something a lot of people do not do lol.